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NEXCORE Technology Obtains Licenses for Revolutionary Fluid Management System
Date:1/17/2008

ctably stable mechanical

distention.

-- Predictably constant and clear visualization is present throughout the

procedure. Only negligible or minimal fluid turbulence is present

inside the cavity even at relatively high flow rates.

-- The real-time rate of intravasation is known throughout the procedure

thwarting fluid intravasation, or fluid overload, a dangerous

complication in procedures such as trans urethral surgery and

hysteroscopic surgery. In current systems, the fluid absorbed in the

patient's body is determined by subtracting the waste fluid from the

sterile fluid. In the new system, the instantaneous introduction of

fluid into the blood stream can be determined without any fluid sensors

and the surgeon can act within seconds.

-- It is possible to safely, easily and quickly switch between two

different types of irrigation fluid.

NEXCORE plans to introduce the system in late 2008.

NEXCORE Technology is a world-class OEM medical device manufacturer specializing in complex diagnostic and therapeutic systems. It produces some of the industries most innovative products for numerous large and sophisticated medical device manufacturers, taking the specifications from concept through design and manufacturing to after-market services. For additional company information: http://www.nexcoretech.com

Contact: Judd Cohen

Cohen Communications

212-682-7838

judd@cohencom.net


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